Utah Olympic Park   |  Dan Campbell

Utah Olympic Park

The Olympic spirit is alive and well at Utah Olympic Park in Park City. Legendary ski jumping, bobsled racing, skeleton, luge and Nordic combined events made history here during Salt Lake City’s 2002 Winter Olympics. As an official United States Olympic Training Site today, the 400-acre venue hosts one of four sliding tracks in North America and six Nordic ski jumps. 

Utah Olympic Park isn't just for Olympic hopefuls. This open-to-the-public mountain allows adventurous guests to experience 5Gs of force hurtling down the Olympic bobsled track. Summertime action includes ziplines, a ropes course, an alpine slide, scenic chairlift rides and extreme tubing.

More into spectating? Admission is free to soak up some history at the Eccles 2002 Winter Olympics Museum and Alf Engen Ski Museum. You may even witness the next generation of Olympic skiers and snowboarders performing acrobatic jumps into the 1.25 million-gallon training pool. An aura of adventure, passion and good-natured competition lingers on these grounds. 

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Olympic Park Activities

Hours of Operation

  • Address: 3419 Olympic Parkway, Park City, Utah 84098
  • Park hours: Open daily, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Museum hours: Open daily, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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Guided Tours

Taking a guided tour of the Utah Olympic Park is a great way to get the lowdown on all things Olympics. Tour guides will regale you with tales of Olympic splendor and show you all the best things the park has to offer. Tours cost $20 for adults, $15 for youth/seniors, and are offered three times per day.

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